Huawei and Temenos Announce Technology Partnership Agreement

  • Temenos Becomes First Core Banking Software Provider Certified with Huawei infrastructure and Huawei Public Cloud
  • Temenos and Huawei will jointly go-to-market with leading-edge financial services offerings in the cloud to drive scalability, operational efficiency, time-to-market, and innovation
  • Temenos cements its leadership in the cloud delivering its software across all major public cloud providers

GENEVA, Switzerland and SHANGHAI, China, June 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — During Huawei Intelligent Finance Summit 2021, Huawei and Temenos, the banking software company, announced a partnership to offer Temenos’ cloud-native core banking solution on the Huawei Public Cloud. Temenos is the first core banking software certified with Huawei infrastructure and Huawei Public Cloud.

Geographically, the partnership covers Asia with a specific focus on China and it also includes Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.

The partnership brings together the extensive cloud hosting, implementation, and integration strengths of Huawei and the power of Temenos’ industry leading banking software. The scope of the partnership covers sales and marketing, implementation and training.

Huawei and Temenos Announce Technology Partnership Agreement

Financial institutions will be able to modernize their core banking systems on Huawei Cloud and benefit from elastic scalability, cost and operational efficiencies. Together, Temenos and Huawei will help banks of all sizes to go to market faster, open up new business models, and achieve industry-leading cost/income ratios.

The two companies have demonstrated success and have a number of existing customers and successful projects in APAC. The two companies already see significant market traction and have a number of new prospects in the works. Temenos and Huawei will jointly go to market focusing on China and moving to the more regions with aligned marketing and sales processes.

Temenos and Huawei have extensive reach into the global financial services market. More than 3,000 banking and financial institutions worldwide, serving the banking needs of 1.2 billion people, rely on Temenos cloud-native, API-first technology. Huawei also works with more than 2,000 financial institutions worldwide, including 47 of the world’s top 100 banks.

The growing demand for cloud-based models has accelerated during the coronavirus pandemic, as banks require more resilient and agile technology propositions. Cloud has become the established software deployment method for digital-first banks that need to launch fast with minimum IT infrastructure cost. Larger banks increasingly shift to the cloud to incrementally modernize their systems, reduce IT complexity and cost gain greater speed to market.

Philip Barnett, President of Strategic Growth, and Member of Executive Committee of Temenos, said: “We are delighted to extend our leadership in the cloud and be the first to certify with Huawei. This joint go-to-market strategy with Huawei will massively accelerate our market penetration in China which represents approximately a USD 6 bn addressable market and we are extending to the Middle East, Africa, Europe and Latin America. Together, we can help digital-first banks as well as large banks in need of core modernization accelerate their move in the cloud. Our API-first, cloud-native core banking solution based on Huawei Cloud will provide flexibility, agility, elasticity, and accelerate time to market for banks. Our certification on Huawei Cloud demonstrates that our cloud-agnostic banking platform enables banks to pursue a multi-cloud strategy and have the highest levels of active-active resilience with the cloud provider of their choice.”

“Huawei is willing to continue to strengthen cooperation with industry-leading technology solution competent partners such as Temenos. The digital ecosystem is a place where all participants create and share value together. By strengthening partnerships, we can solve problems and create value for customers together, expand the cake, and open up new growth space for the finance industry,” said Mr. Ma Yue, Executive Vice President, Huawei Enterprise Business Group (EBG); President, Huawei EBG Global Partner Development and Sales.

Huawei Intelligent Finance Summit 2021 was held in Shanghai from Jun 03 to 04. Huawei Intelligent Finance Summit is a global ICT event hosted by Huawei and focused on the financial industry. It was founded in 2013, all participants were the industry elite in the financial industry. For more information about Huawei Global FSI Summit, please visit: /index.html

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SNEC 2021: Huawei Digital Power Pushes for Carbon Neutrality through the Convergence of Energy and Information Flow

SHANGHAI, June 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — With the theme of “Leading power digitalization for a zero-carbon and smart society”, Huawei Digital Power presents its Zero-carbon All-scenario solution at SNEC 2021, the world’s largest solar trade exhibition being held June 3-5 in Shanghai, China. As a trailblazer in the global solar PV industry, Huawei is doing its part to fuel PV to become the main energy source and to create a greener world.

One of the most eye-catching parts of this exhibition is Huawei FusionSolar All-scenario PV & Storage Solution, which was unveiled on June 3. It covers “4+1” scenarios: Smart  PV Generator FusionSolar 8.0, Green Residential Power 2.0, Green C&I Power 1.0, and Off-grid (fuel removal) Power Supply Solutions + Energy Cloud, aiming to accelerate the shift to zero-carbon generation and bridge the energy divide. More details can be found at our website.

On top of the exhibition display, Huawei also hosts a two-day Huawei SNEC 2021 Global Virtual Summit, starting June 3, for customers and partners who cannot attend the exhibition in person. The online summit gives the audience a valuable chance to witness the new products launch, insightful expert interviews and highlights from the booth.

1.    FusionSolar 8.0: Create A Future-proof Smart PV Generator

Disrupting the traditional structure, Huawei launched the future-proof smart PV generator, called FusionSolar 8.0. It offers customers two benefits: First, the smart PV generator promises improved grid stability; second, the world’s first “Gemini” ±1500V design can help to support larger sub-arrays, higher voltages, thus could reduce LCOE by 7%.

2.    Green Residential Power 2.0: Start New Life in a Zero-carbon Home

The upgraded Green Residential Power 2.0 solution highlights the innovative “1+3+X”structure. With the Smart Energy Controller at the core, it is equipped with three key components— the optimizer, the smart string ESS and the Green Power Cloud to build the intelligent power ecosystem. The Green Residential Power 2.0 solution, focusing on smart power generation, storage and smart power consumption with multiple active safety features, can lower your energy bill and allow you to start a new zero-carbon life.

3.    Green C&I Power 1.0: Let Green Power Empower All Industries

Huawei launched its new C&I solution this year, which fits for different application scenarios: solar only, storage only, solar + storage + charging and off-grid. With the application of optimizers and the smart string energy storage system, the solution can improve the energy yield by 30% and energy storage power by up to 15%. Huawei inverters support intelligent AFCI arc protection and automatically shut down within 0.5s, ensuring the active safety of systems.

4.    Huawei’s Digital Power Zero-carbon All-scenario Solution: Lead the Power Digitalization for a Zero-carbon and Smart society

In addition to zero-carbon power generation, Huawei also displays the digital power zero-carbon all-scenario solution for the first time at SNEC. In the era of carbon neutrality, Huawei Digital Power business unit gives full play to its strengths in digital technology and power electronics and integrates the watt, thermal, energy storage, cloud, and AI technology, to accelerate the digitization of the energy industry and contribute to a zero-carbon smart society.

During the unfolding energy transition, renewables represented by solar PV will inevitably become the primary source of energy, and building a new power system with renewable energy as the main source is the key to achieve carbon neutrality. With profound expertise in the integration of digital technology and power electronics, Huawei works with customers and partners to promote the energy transition and build a zero-carbon and smart society.

About Huawei

Founded in 1987, Huawei is a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices. We have more than 197,000 employees, and we operate in more than 170 countries and regions, serving more than three billion people around the world.

Our vision and mission is to bring digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world. To this end, we will drive ubiquitous connectivity and promote equal access to networks; bring cloud and artificial intelligence to all four corners of the earth to provide superior computing power where you need it, when you need it; build digital platforms to help all industries and organizations become more agile, efficient, and dynamic; redefine user experience with AI, making it more personalized for people in all aspects of their life, whether they’re at home, in the office, or on the go. For more information, please visit Huawei online at or follow us on:

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Creating New Value Together: Huawei Launches Financial Partner Going-Global Program

SHANGHAI, June 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Huawei announced its Financial Partner Go Global Program (FPGGP) at the Huawei Intelligent Finance Summit 2021. FPGGP will collaborate with exciting new partners who wish to work with Huawei in the financial services industry. This global ecosystem will draw on their combined experience and expertise in technical innovation to drive digital transformation of finance. Together, they will develop industry-leading solutions, expand the global market, build the FinTech business ecosystem, create new value, and achieve shared business success.

Developing industry insights, improving services, and enabling collaboration

At the summit, Mr. Ma Yue, Executive Vice President of Enterprise BG and President of the Global Partner Development and Sales Dept, Huawei, said, “Consumer finance is developing towards full-scenario finance, which requires a cross-industry, full-scenario, and three-dimensional ecosystem After launching FPGGP, Huawei will work with global competent partners who are capable and willing to target international market expansion and establishing close partnerships to develop a strategy moving forward. Through our new partnerships, we will address digital transformation challenges, serve global financial customers, and create new value in the industry.”

Mr. Ma Yue

FPGGP enables new efficiencies and shared benefits

The initial FPGGP has 25 members, including seven on the board of directors from Huawei, Sunline, Tongdun Technology, Netis, Wallyt, Sinosoft, and Chinasoft International. The program will focus on policies and regulations, application scenarios, technical architecture, operational support, as well as collaboration and promotion.

In addition, FPGGP members enjoy Huawei’s six core partner benefits, which include: sharing business opportunities, capacity improvement, marketing, brand growth, support in investment and financing, and operational guidance, promoting joint efforts and shared success among Huawei and partners. Member enterprises will be able to leverage each other’s insights, share resources, and collaborate closely to succeed together. Huawei will also host several activities related to financial digital transformation across China to discuss relevant trends and strategies to ‘go-global’ with the industry. Ambitious enterprises with an eye for international growth are welcome to join FPGGP.

Huawei alone cannot build the foundation of the digital world — and so, collaboration is critical. For digital transformation, companies need to work together to survive and grow. Huawei will create and share value with partners and customers. At the end of 2020, Huawei had worked with more than 30,000 partners in the enterprise market, but the company doesn’t want to stop there. Huawei continues to grow by nurturing, motivating and supporting new partners in what is a shared goal: creating new value together.

At the end of 2020, Huawei worked with over 2,000 financial institutions from more than 60 countries and regions, including 47 of the world’s top 100 banks.

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Huawei: Accelerate Financial Digitalization, Create New Value Together

SHANGHAI, June 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Today, was the first day of the Huawei Intelligent Finance Summit 2021 held at Shanghai, with the theme “Accelerate Financial Digitization, New Value Together.” The two-day event attracted more than 3,000 global financial industry customers, partners, industry experts, and media. Huawei detailed how financial institutions can utilize technology to upgrade the industry and range of services on offer by constructing an ecosystem that is agile and intelligent, and ultimately transform themselves into digital-capable eco-enterprises. Huawei presented three strategic initiatives for their work in the financial sector: fully embracing cloud-native technology, diversifying and improving use cases within the industry and aggregating different SaaS products to help financial institutions become better digital enterprises.

The Financial Industry Needs to Adapt and Accelerate the Pace of Transformation

Peng Zhongyang, Member of the Board, President of the Enterprise Business Group, Huawei, in his opening speech made the point that as industries upgrade and converge, the financial services sector will transform to have their operations based on cloud through a more connected device ecosystem built for all scenarios. He added that Huawei is currently collaborating with its customers and partners to enable them to become more sustainable, resilient digital ecosystem-based enterprises, through the co-creation of technology, scenarios, and sustainability.

Mr. Peng Zhongyang

In the keynote speech on “Global Economic Recovery: Certainty and Uncertainty”, Dr. Fan Gang, Professor of Economics, Peking University; Vice President, China Society of Economic Reform, said, “The global pandemic is far from over. As the new engine of economic recovery, the most important component of the digital economy is not the production of digital equipment and digital technology itself, but the application of new information technology to transform various industries. Digital finance is the driving force of the development of the digital economy. It is therefore necessary to accelerate financial technology innovation, as FinTech will play a leading role in upgrading the digital transformation of thousands of industries.”

Cao Tong, President of HDFH and First President of WeBank; Hou Weirong, General Manager, Transaction Banking Department, China Merchants Bank; Chen Kunte Chief Digital Transformation Officer of Global Financial Services Business Unit, Enterprise BG, Huawei and Ye Tan, Well-Known Financial Critic joined the Panel: Intelligent Finance Transformation.

“The world is going through a digital revolution, which is closely related to finance and affects us all. Traditional banks are expanding their boundaries. I’m looking forward to the day when bankers and experts in technology can customize asset packages for users based on their age, wealth, and family structure.” Said by Ye Tan.

Huawei Announces Three Strategic Initiatives to Turn Financial Institutions into Better Digital Ecosystem-based Enterprises

Huawei announced three strategic initiatives it would develop in the financial sector to help financial institutions become better digital ecosystem-based enterprises. These included:

(1)  Encouraging institutions to fully embrace cloud native, innovative technologies that provide optimal infrastructure to accelerate digital and intelligent convergence and create an agile platform.

(2)  Deepening digitalization across all industry scenarios to enhance safe and secure data transfer, unlock the potential value of big data, and build out financial inclusion.

(3)  Aggregating different SaaS products to build an open ecosystem for all scenarios, and enable scenario-based financial services.

Jason Cao, President of the Global Financial Services Business Enterprise BG, Huawei, said in his speech, “Huawei has been working with the global financial industry for 10 years and has become an important partner in digital transformation for the industry. Huawei will continue to work with this industry to drive cloud-native computing to ensure financial institutions benefit from a modern and dynamic digital ecosystem that can be continually updated and developed, making use of the latest innovations. Huawei’s ethos is to help financial institutions grow into better digital ecosystem-based enterprises and develop fully connected, intelligent, and ecosystem-based finance together”.

Shi Jilin, Vice President of HUAWEI CLOUD BU and President of Global Marketing and Sales Service, said in her keynote speech that the financial industry has always been at the forefront of digital transformation, and is at the stage of developing to digital finance, from a single scene to a multi-scenario.

She said, “Huawei and the financial industry grow together to build multi-purpose and intelligent FinTech solutions. We put forward four proposals: first, fully embrace cloudification, solve the core problems of enterprise cloud access, and guide digital transformation on the right path; second, full-scenario intelligent connection, create “finance+X ” to serve all kinds of industries; third, to carry out intelligence to the end, AI will enter the finance core production system and main business processes; fourth, build a financial ecosystem around scenarios and create an ecological financial industry. ”

Realizing New Value in the Financial Industry with Global Banking Customers to Build a New Financial Future Together

Various banking executives shared their stories and achievements of digital transformation of Chinese financial enterprises at the meeting today.

Huawei has been working closely with DBS Bank to enable their digital transformation to meet their evolving needs. In 2020, Huawei was awarded by DBS the 2020 Most Valuable Technology Partner Award from a selection of 64 other global technology vendors.

Tan Choon Boon, Head of Cloud Engineering and Services at DBS Singapore, said: “DBS has developed a strategy focusing on five key elements for digital transformation: driving comprehensive organizational change, including business success-oriented organizations; moving from ‘projects to platforms; taking onboard modern system design; building excellent agile teams; and moving towards complete automation. In the future, the two sides will continue to strengthen cooperation in cloud, artificial intelligence, and IoT. We have been working closely with Huawei to meet the bank’s evolving requirements and drive digital transformation.”

The financial industry varies greatly across regions around the world, there are still many people as well as small and medium-sized enterprises that cannot access basic financial services. Financial institutions in many countries have taken rapid steps to build digital platforms such as mobile wallets and mobile payments with partners such as Huawei. These platforms are used to build a super app ecosystem, such as Kenya NCBA, to help these financial institutions achieve significant progress in enhancing their service offerings. Added keynote1 to the customer’s speech.

During the summit, Sitoyo Lopokoiyit, CEO, M-PESA Africa said, “We’ve seen the power of M-PESA and mobile money in Africa in transforming how we can make an impact in terms into society .Today we have over 350,000 businesses and over 5 million micro SMEs that use our services. On the other side, we have 58 million customers who use our various products and services. At the core of this is our technology and partners such as Huawei play a key role in ensuring that our technology architecture addresses the needs of our business and customers.”

Huawei Launches the Financial Partner Go Global Program (FPGGP)

During the summit, Huawei announced the official launch of the Financial Partner Go Global Program (FPGGP). The company will work with partners in the financial services industry to leverage Huawei’s deep experience and technological innovation capabilities in financial digital transformation.

The initial FPGGP has 25 members, including seven on the board of directors from Huawei, Sunline, Tongdun Technology, Netis, Wallyt, Sinosoft, and Chinasoft International.

Huawei Launches the Financial Partner Go Global Program (FPGGP)

Huawei’s vision is to build a multi-purpose open ecosystem and enable global financial institutions to serve users in various industries. During the summit, Huawei explores additional cooperation agreements with financial institutions such as Temenos, and plans 15 joint solutions to be released covering a diverse set of use cases.

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‫تزامناً مع اليوم العالمي للبيئة، “أوبو” في مقدمة الشركات التي انضمت الى مبادرة “التقييم البيئي للهاتف المحمول” العالمية

–  كشريك في إطلاق المبادرة، قدمت أوبو بيانات ورؤى لمساعدة التقييم البيئي للهواتف لتحقيق تقييم موضوعي ومتناسق

–  خفضت أوبو نفاياتها العامة بنسبة 42.7% وانبعاثات الغازات الدفيئة غير المباشرة بنسبة 20% في العام 2020

دبي، دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة، 3  يونيو 2021 /PRNewswire تعمل “أوبو“، الشركة الرائدة عالمياً في مجال التكنولوجيا وصناعة الهواتف والأجهزة الذكية، على ترسيخ مُشاركتها الفاعلة في المبادرات العالمية للاستدامة عبر جميع قطاعاتها، حيث أنها تتصدر قائمة الشركات التي انضمت إلى نظام التقييم البيئي الجديد الشامل للهواتف. ويهدف هذا التقييم العالمي الذي أطلقته خمسة شركات تشغيل اتصالات رائدة في أوروبا، إلى تصنيف الهواتف المحمولة من حيث استدامتها البيئية وتحفيز الشركات المصنعة على تقليل التأثير البيئي السلبي لأجهزتها.

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وبانضمامها إلى نظام التقييم البيئي الجديد، تسعى “أوبو” الى تحقيق أحد أهم شعاراتها المتمثل في “التكنولوجيا في خدمة الإنسانية، والإنسانية في خدمة العالم“. وتزامناً مع الاحتفال باليوم العالمي للبيئة، تعمل “أوبو” على تعزيز الوعي بأهم القضايا البيئية التي يواجهها العالم حالياً وتسليط الضوء على أفضل الممارسات العالمية في مجال الاستدامة. وسيتم نشر نتائج التقييم الجديد في جميع أنحاء أوروبا اعتباراً من شهر يونيو الجاري لمساعدة المستهلكين في تحديد ومقارنة الهواتف الذكية الأكثر استدامة.

وقال إيثان تشيوي، رئيس أوبو الشرق الأوسط وأفريقيا: “تم تصميم أجهزتنا الفريدة وتصنيعها وتقديمها وفقاً لأعلى معايير الجودة والإدارة البيئية. وتأتي الاستدامة في محور عملنا اليومي في عمليات تطوير حلول تقلل بصمتنا الكربونية وتخدم عملاءنا وتعزز مسؤوليتنا تجاه المجتمع”.

وأضاف تشيوي: “بينما نقوم بتطوير وتقديم هواتف ذكية مبتكرة وصديقة للبيئة استناداً إلى القيم الأساسية لـ أوبو، فإننا نحافظ على مسؤوليتنا تجاه البيئة. وفي أوبو، نراقب تأثيرنا على المجتمع ونساهم في معالجة القضايا العالمية. ومن خلال هذه المبادرة العالمية الجديدة، نهدف إلى دعم الطلب على أجهزة هواتف صديقة للبيئة وأكثر استدامة. كما نحن ملتزمون بتحسين أدائنا البيئي باستمرار والتقدم نحو تطبيق أفضل الممارسات في استدامة الشركات من خلال الانضمام إلى مبادرات مثل التقييم البيئي الجديد الشامل.

وتعاونت شركات تشغيل اتصالات الهاتف النقال الرائدة في أوروبا مثل “دوتشيه تيليكوم Deutsche Telekom و أورانج Orange و تلفونيكا Telefónica (التي تعمل تحت علامتي أوه تو O2 وموفيستار Movistar) وشركة تليا Telia وشركة فودافونVodafone، في إطلاق مخطط التصنيف البيئي الجديد الشامل، والذي يعتمد على المعرفة الصناعية التي تم جمعها من خلال مبادرات تصنيف بيئي سابق.

وكشريك في الإطلاق، قدمت أوبو بيانات ورؤى لمساعدة التقييم البيئي على تطبيق منهجية تقييم متوازنة وموضوعية ومتناسقة تشتمل على 19 معياراً مختلفاً تكوّن نتيجة نهائية واحدة لكل جهاز. وبعد التقييم الدقيق والمفصل، يُمنح كل هاتف ذكي درجة إجمالية في التقييم البيئي من أصل 100 كحد أقصى لإثبات أدائه البيئي طوال فترته التشغيلية. ويؤكد ملصق التقييم البيئي للأجهزة المحمولة على خمسة جوانب، هي المتانة، وقابلية الإصلاح، وإعادة التدوير وتكيفه لعوامل المناخ وفعالية الموارد.

وبالإضافة إلى تعاونها مع شركاء لها في القطاع، تدرك أوبو أن مسؤولياتها البيئية جزء لا يتجزأ من روح علامتها التجارية، حيث تأتي مساهمتها في تطبيق ممارسات مستدامة في إطار سعيها إلى تقليل الملوثات البيئية. وتتبنى الشركة حالياً نهجاً صديق بيئياً للموارد الطبيعية في عمليات الإنتاج، والذي يشمل التصميم والتغليف والمعالجة وغيرها من التطبيقات الصناعية واللوجستية.

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وقامت أوبو بإعادة تصنيع 13 ضعفاً من منتجاتها في العام 2020 مقارنة بالعام 2019. وبالإضافة إلى ذلك، أثبتت الشركة الرائدة عالمياً في مجال الهواتف الذكية التزامها بالممارسات الصديقة للبيئة، حيث يتم تصنيع 45% من عبواتها من الألياف المتجددة. كما خفضت أوبو نفاياتها العامة بنسبة 42.7%، وخفضت انبعاثات غازات الاحتباس الحراري الدفيئة غير المباشرة بنسبة 20% في العام 2020.

ومن خلال التزامها بهدف حماية البيئة، تحرص أوبو على مكاملة قيم أعمالها وعملياتها مع توقعات كافة أطراف أصحاب المصلحة للحصول على التقدير والدعم الإيجابي من هذه الأطراف.

وستواصل أوبو شراكتها مع المنظمات البيئية والتنموية في جميع أنحاء العالم بهدف الحد من التأثير البيئي والمساهمة في التنمية المستدامة. وتهدف شركة التكنولوجيا الرائدة إلى توفير أحدث الحلول المبتكرة والمستدامة للمجتمعات المحلية والعالمية في الوقت الحالي ومستقبلاً للأجيال القادمة.

لمحة عن أوبو

تأسست أوبو في عام 2004، وتعد من أبرز الأسماء الرائدة عالمياً في مجال التكنولوجيا، حيث تشتهر بتركيزها على التقنيات المبتكرة واللمسات الفنية المتميزة في التصميم.

وتهدف أوبو إلى بناء منظومة متعددة المستويات من الأجهزة الذكية، تواكب من خلالها عصر الاتصالات الذكية الذي نعيشه. وتعتبر الهواتف الذكية التي تنتجها أوبو منصةً لتقديم محفظة متنوعة من الحلول الذكية والرائدة، على مستوى الأجهزة والنظام والبرمجيات. ولتحقيق هذا الهدف، أطلقت أوبو في عام 2019 خطة على مدى ثلاثة أعوام، لاستثمار 7 مليار دولار أمريكي في مجال الأبحاث والتطوير، لابتكار تقنيات تسهم في تعزيز إمكانيات التصميم.

وتبذل أوبو جهوداً دائمة لوضع منتجات تتميز بأعلى مستويات التطور التكنولوجي ضمن تصاميم جمالية مميزة وفريدة في متناول المستخدمين في مختلف أرجاء العالم، وذلك انسجاماً مع فلسفة العلامة التي تتمحور حول الريادة والشباب والقيم الجمالية، حيث تلتزم أوبو بتحقيق هدفها في منح المستخدمين الاستثنائيين إمكانية الإحساس بجمال التكنولوجيا.

وركزت أوبو، خلال العقد الماضي، على تصنيع هواتف ذكية تتميز بإمكانيات تصوير غير مسبوقة، حيث أطلقت أول هواتفها في 2008، وأطلقت عليه اسم سمايل فون، وكان بداية انطلاقها في سعيها الدائم نحو الريادة والابتكار. ووجهت العلامة اهتمامها على الدوام على احتلال مركز الصدارة، وهو ما نجحت في تحقيقه عبر تقديم أول هاتف ذكي مزود بكاميرا دوارة في عام 2013، فضلاً عن إطلاق أنحف هاتف ذكي في عام 2014، كما كانت أول شركة تقدم تكنولوجيا بيريسكوب في كاميرا الموبايل، أتاحت لها تقديم خاصية التقريب خمس مرات وتطوير أو هاتف ذكي تجاري متوافق مع شبكات اتصالات الجيل الخامس في أوروبا.

وتحتل أوبو اليوم المرتبة الخامسة بين علامات الهواتف الذكية، عبر الأجهزة الذكية وواجهة المستخدم ColorOS وخدماتها الإلكترونية مثل أوبو كلاود وأوبو+.

وتقدم أوبو خدماتها ومنتجاتها في أكثر من 40 دولة، كما تدير ستة معاهد للأبحاث وخمسة مراكز للبحث والتطوير موزعة في مختلف أنحاء العالم، من سان فرانسيسكو غرباً وصولاً إلى شنجن شرقاً. كما افتتحت الشركة مركزاً دولياً للتصميم في لندن، وتلعب هذه المراكز كافة دوراً محورياً في ابتكار أحدث الحلول التقنية التي تسهم في رسم ملامح مستقبل الهواتف الذكية وقطاع الاتصالات الذكية.

لمحة عن أوبو الشرق الأوسط وأفريقيا

دخلت أوبو سوق منطقة الشرق الأوسط وشمال أفريقيا في عام 2015، عبر تأسيس مكتب إقليمي لها في العاصمة المصرية، القاهرة. وبعد النجاح الكبير الذي حققته مبيعات الشركة خلال عامها الأول من وجودها في القاهرة، أطلقت أوبو خطط توسع طموحة في المنطقة، حيث أطلقت عملياتها في الإمارات العربية المتحدة في عام 2019. تتمتع أوبو حالياً بحضور فعلي في أكثر من 12 سوقاً في المنطقة، بما فيها مصر، الأردن، والجزائر، وتونس، والمغرب، والمملكة العربية السعودية، وسلطنة عُمان، والكويت، والبحرين، وكينيا، ونيجيريا، وشرق المتوسط.

وسعياً لتعزيز حضورها في المنطقة وتماشياً مع استراتيجيتها لتكييف منتجاتها مع متطلبات الأسواق المحلية، زادت أوبو من استثماراتها في منطقة الشرق الأوسط وشمال أفريقيا عبر تأسيس معمل في الجزائر في عام 2017. وأصبحت الشركة بذلك أول علامة تجارية صينية تؤسس منشأة صناعية في منطقة شمال أفريقيا. وعملت أوبو على تطوير وتحسين منتجاتها بناء على متطلبات الجمهور المستهدف وآرائه في كل منطقة، كما حرصت دوماً على تخصيص حملاتها الترويجية وفقاً للثقافة المحلية، وما يناسب فئة المستهلكين الشباب في كل دولة. كما تحرص الشركة على الدوام على العمل مع فرق محلية للتعرف بشكل أفضل على المستهلكين المحليين وتوفير خدمات على أعلى مستوى من الجودة.

وبدأت أوبو خلال العام الماضي بتعديل خط منتجاتها بما يتلاءم مع منطقة الشرق الأوسط تحديداً، حيث أطلقت هاتفها الذكي الرائد ضمن سلسلة أوبو فايند X وطرحت سلسلة هواتف أوبو رينو. وستواصل أوبو تطوير خط منتجاتها المحلية لتوفير المزيد من سلاسل الهواتف الممتازة للمستهلكين في المنطقة.

وتعمل أوبو، انطلاقاً من مكانتها كشركة عالمية رائدة في مجال الابتكار والتكنولوجيا، على اتباع أعلى معايير الاستدامة للحفاظ على البيئة لأجيال المستقبل، وسعت إلى إحداث تغييرات إيجابية عبر إطلاق مبادرات اجتماعية وإنسانية محلية، فضلاً عن الحملات الخيرية.

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CGTN: Education – a key factor behind China’s anti-corruption drive

BEIJING, June 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — China has made remarkable achievements in fighting corruption since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) in 2012. A series of measures have been taken to ensure that officials “do not dare to be, are not able to be, and do not want to be corrupt.”

Besides punishing corrupt officials and building systems to prevent corruption, China has put special emphasis on the role of education in its anti-corruption drive.

“To comprehensively govern the Party with strict discipline, we must not only focus on standardizing punishment, but also strictly maintaining the bottom line of discipline,” Xi Jinping, general secretary of the CPC Central Committee, said at the sixth plenary session of the 18th CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) in January 2016.

“More importantly, we need to guide people to do better and give full play to the guiding role of ideals, beliefs and moralities,” Xi added.

Xi, also Chinese president, quoted a poem by Chinese thinker Gong Zizhen (1792-1841) to highlight the message: “If you do not conquer self, you will be conquered by self and achieve nothing.”

Original aspiration

To help CPC officials conquer themselves and make them “do not want to be corrupt,” the Party leadership has repeatedly urged them to stay true to the CPC’s original aspiration and founding mission – namely, to seek happiness for the Chinese people and rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.

In June 2019, a nationwide educational campaign themed “staying true to our founding mission” was launched to reinforce the message among the 90 million CPC members.

Alessandro Teixeira, a Brazilian economist and professor of public policy at Tsinghua University, underscored the importance of education in fighting corruption in a recent interview with CGTN.

Teixeira said punishment and deterrence are not enough for preventing corruption. “I think you need to have an educational process in that,” he said. “You need to educate the society.”

“I think that’s also what the Chinese have been trying to do, to have moral education, not only on the Party officials, but on all of the people,” he added.

Public awareness enhanced

Since the 18th CPC National Congress, the Party leadership has stressed a number of well-known concepts related to fighting corruption, indicating the leadership’s resolve to tackle the deep-rooted problem and foster a social consensus against corruption.

“It takes a good blacksmith to make good steel,” Xi said, quoting a popular Chinese adage to explain the importance of Party building, when he met the press on November 15, 2012 after being elected general secretary of the CPC Central Committee. It means that only by conducting oneself honorably can one expect others to do the same. This adage then became an iconic slogan to urge Party officials to stay clean.

Other anti-corruption concepts include addressing “the four forms of decadence” – formalism, bureaucratism, hedonism and extravagance; taking decisive actions to improve the conduct of Party and government officials (known as the CPC Central Committee’s “eight-point decision”); striking the “tigers” (high-ranking corrupt officials) and swatting the “flies” (low-ranking corrupt officials) at the same time; and taking a zero-tolerance stance against corruption.

These concepts, along with media reports about anti-corruption investigations, have greatly raised public awareness of the issue.

Three-pronged formula

Education is an important aspect of China’s three-pronged formula to tackle corruption, together with strict punishment and system building.

In 2020, disciplinary inspection and supervisory organs across the country investigated about 618,000 corruption cases, leading to the punishment of 604,000 people, a report by China’s top anti-graft body said.

China has also been strengthening system building in the fight against corruption to “confine the exercise of power in an institutional cage.”

A key move was the reform of the national supervision system, which saw the establishment of supervisory commissions at the national, provincial, city and county levels. The commissions are able to supervise everyone working in the public sector who exercises public power, including those who are not members of the CPC and those not working in the government.

All these efforts have secured a sweeping victory against corruption. “More measures in education, research in terms of the nature of corruption, together with international cooperation” are gradually making China “one of the leading countries” in fighting corruption, Teixeira said.

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